The nation’s most comprehensive annual alcohol poll sheds light on what we drink and think.
The home is where the majority of Australians who use alcohol have the largest quantity per occasion and drink most frequently, rather than at pubs, clubs or restaurants.
FARE congratulates Federal, State and Territory Ministers for finalising the National Alcohol Strategy 2019–2028 (the NAS).
FARE fears the NSW Government will end up regretting the day it rolled back Sydney’s late-night alcohol measures.
Market innovation for convenience is not a valid reason to allow alcohol companies to target vulnerable people via online alcohol sales and delivery.
A road trip of reform is establishing a new Territory norm of progressively reducing alcohol-fuelled harm.
The Committee’s recommendations to roll back Sydney’s late-night measures has been condemned as gravely irresponsible and a reckless capitulation to the alcohol industry.
FARE’s submission to the Productivity Commission inquiry into Mental Health and response to the Issues Paper on the Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health.
Alcohol reforms in the Northern Territory (NT) have included a rewrite of the Northern Territory of Australia Liquor Act 1978 (the Act).
Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education – The nation’s most comprehensive annual alcohol poll sheds light on what we drink and think.